Greece & Rome

The worlds of Greece and Rome, including archaeology, history, literature and culture: Archaic Greece, the Greek colonies around the Mediterranean and the Black Sea, the Classical Greek Age, Hellenistic expansion in the East, Rome and its Empire to AD 400.

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  1. Kale Akte, the Fair Promontory

    Kale Akte, the Fair Promontory: Settlement, Trade and Production on the Nebrodi Coast of Sicily 500 BC­–AD 500 [Hardback]

    Adam Lindhagen (Author)

    Regular Price: £60.00

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    ISBN: 9781789252507
    Published by : Oxbow Books
    Series: University of British Columbia Studies in the Ancient World
    Volume: 3
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    This volume investigates the interaction between the natural environment, market forces and political entities in an ancient Sicilian town and its surrounding micro-region over the time-span of a thousand years. Focusing on the ancient polis of Ka... .... Learn More
  2. In the Northern Cemetery of Roman London

    In the Northern Cemetery of Roman London: Excavations at Spitalfields Market, London E1, 1991-2007 [Hardback]

    Malcolm McKenzie (Author); Christopher Thomas (Author); Natasha Powers (Other); Angela Wardle (Other)

    £30.00

    ISBN: 9781907586514
    Published by : MOLA (Museum of London Archaeology)
    Series: MOLA monograph
    Volume: 58
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    London’s Spitalfields Market was the location of one of the city’s largest archaeological excavations, carried out by MOLA between 1991 and 2007. This book presents the archaeological and bioarchaeological evidence for Roman activity here, to the ... .... Learn More
  3. NICATOR: Seleucus I and his Empire

    NICATOR: Seleucus I and his Empire: King and Colonizer [Hardback]

    Lise Hannestad (Author)

    £30.00

    ISBN: 9788771248135
    Published by : Aarhus University Press
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    Seleukos was the last surviving of the successors of Alexander the Great and the one who conquered the largest part of Alexander’s empire. He was later given the surname ‘Nikator’, the Conqueror. This book is a study of his life and achievements, ... .... Learn More
  4. Iron Age and Roman Coin Hoards in Britain

    Iron Age and Roman Coin Hoards in Britain [Hardback]

    Roger Bland (Author); Adrian Chadwick (Author); Eleanor Ghey (Author); Colin Haselgrove (Author); David J. Mattingly (Author)

    Regular Price: £65.00

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    ISBN: 9781785708558
    Published by : Oxbow Books
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    More coin hoards have been recorded from Roman Britain than from any other province of the Empire. This comprehensive and lavishly illustrated volume provides a survey of over 3260 hoards of Iron Age and Roman coins found in England and Wales with... .... Learn More
  5. The Fight for Greek Sicily

    The Fight for Greek Sicily: Society, Politics, and Landscape [Paperback]

    Melanie Jonasch (Editor)

    Regular Price: £38.00

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    ISBN: 9781789253566
    Published by : Oxbow Books
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    The island of Sicily was a highly contested area throughout much of its history. Among the first to exert strong influence on its political, cultural, infrastructural, and demographic developments were the two major decentralized civilizations of ... .... Learn More
  6. Collapse and Transformation

    Collapse and Transformation: The Late Bronze Age to Early Iron Age in the Aegean [Hardback]

    Guy D. Middleton (Editor)

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    ISBN: 9781789254259
    Published by : Oxbow Books
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    The years c. 1250 to 1150 BC in Greece and the Aegean are often characterised as a time of crisis and collapse. A critical period in the long history of the region and its people and culture, they witnessed the end of the Mycenaean kingdoms, with ... .... Learn More
  7. City Walls in Late Antiquity

    City Walls in Late Antiquity: An Empire-wide Perspective [Hardback]

    Emanuele Intagliata (Editor); Christopher Courault (Editor); Simon J. Barker (Editor)

    Regular Price: £55.00

    Special Price: £44.00

    ISBN: 9781789253641
    Published by : Oxbow Books
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    The construction of urban defences was one of the hallmarks of the late Roman and late-antique periods (300–600 AD) throughout the western and eastern empire. City walls were the most significant construction projects of their time and they redefi... .... Learn More
  8. Beyond the Romans

    Beyond the Romans: Posthuman Perspectives in Roman archaeology [Hardback]

    Irene Selsvold (Editor); Lewis Webb (Editor)

    Regular Price: £40.00

    Special Price: £32.00

    ISBN: 9781789251364
    Published by : Oxbow Books
    Series: TRAC Themes in Archaeology
    Volume: 3
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    This third volume in the TRAC Themes in Roman Archaeology series offers a new encounter between posthumanism and Roman archaeology. Posthuman theoretical perspectives have had substantial impacts in various fields, including archaeology, critical ... .... Learn More
  9. Ovid in Exile

    Ovid in Exile [Paperback]

    Adrian Radulescu (Author)

    £19.99

    ISBN: 9781592110209
    Published by : Vita Histria
    The Roman poet Ovid (43 B.C.-A.D. 17) was a rock star of the newly-founded empire ruled by Caesar Augustus. A sensitive, artistic soul, his verse, focused on the art of love, attracted the Roman youth of his day and made him a celebrity in the imp... .... Learn More
  10. The Masons' Marks of Minoan Knossos

    The Masons' Marks of Minoan Knossos [Hardback]

    Sinclair Hood (Author); Lisa Bendall (Editor)

    £130.00

    ISBN: 9780904887716
    Published by : British School at Athens
    Series: BSA Supplementary Volume
    Volume: 49
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    The signs known as ‘masons’ marks’ were carved on blocks of stone in Bronze Age Crete over a period of some 500 years from around 2000 BC until the middle of the 15th century bc. The earliest examples seem to occur at Knossos, dating from the time... .... Learn More

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